BMWs from my era - they were very exciting in the 70s. These are seen at Lydden in the 90s:
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Interesting history ?
Soon after we re-launched Jeep in the UK in 1993, we also got an allocation of Vipers. We ran some events at race tracks to demonstrate the cars to our dealers and some press people. I took this pic at Oulton Park. Three Vipers, circulating nose to tail there, was quite a sight, (and sound)!
Perfect car in perfect 70s colour - at Brands Hatch this May:
Alfa SZ engine bay. Still hear that sweet V6 in my mind's ear! (And for real when my son visits with his later-type 916 GTV 3.2 version.)
Ferrari curvaceousness. Not that long ago Brands Hatch could attract some great Europea
beatifull cars, guys!
BRM H16 engine - an item of porn that's bad for your hearing as well as your eyesight!
my next purchase. simple yet effective (and glutton). con il motore buso!
Had a few of these - the V6 is great, but the 4 cyl is better balanced and nearly as quick A>B.
lucky you are. that gluttonous? I too much like the sound of the v6
Antoher dream, but these little cars' value have doubled in five years
Not many lots sold at the H & H auction, including this XK150s.. Wonder if this is a post Brexit chill in the market?
After 2 Hours of OCD Style cleaning (apart from the Engine Bay). I Love the uni Black paint but you See every oh so little spot on it. Now she's ready for the sunday Cruise .
1500 cc, 4 cyl Healthy 75 HP @around 800 kg.
it's a really big engine for only 75HP. I see 5 candles
Don't get confused with the cylinder Head screws (5), there are only 4 spark plug wires . The car Is from 1959, 75 hp out of 1500ccm naturaly aspirated was considered quite enough back then .
I didn't know if candles was the right word It'as amazing how the power of engines increased. 75 HP looks so little today. It's a gorgeous car nonetheless.
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